Matthew Cruz

Mass Effect Takes On Xbox One

'Mass Effect 2 and 3': Can Now Be Enjoyed on Xbox One

Fans of "Mass Effect" were in for a treat today when a double whammy of good news hit the internet, announced in connection with a holiday celebrated by followers of the series every Nov. 7, "N7 Day." Both "Mass Effect 2" and "Mass Effect 3" are now playable on the Xbox One via the backwards compatibility feature, while the cinematic trailer for "Mass Effect: Andromeda" was also revealed. more

Auto-Industry Issues

Still No Mention Of Auto-Industry's Issues As Campaign Draws To A Close

In what has been touted by Americans across the board as a long, exhaustive campaign, it seems there are still some stones left unturned by presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton: including issues facing the auto-industry in the United States, pointed out Detroit News. more

One Punch Man

Love, Powerful Enemies And Self-Discovery Dominate 'One Punch Man' Season 2 Rumors

Fans who eagerly embraced last year's biggest anime newcomer, "One Punch Man," have been on the edge of their seats since its first season finale last December. Although no release date for Season 2 has been announced, the rumors abound, chief among them being a potential love interest, deeper backstory and stronger enemies for the show's titular hero, Saitama/One Punch Man. more

Porsche

Car Recalls: 30 Years Of Recall Stats Reveal Carmakers With The Best, Worst Records

Of the 18 most prominent carmakers, Volkswagen has the highest recall rate over a three-decade period, according to data compiled by research firm iSeeCars. The numbers, involving millions of recalls, were recorded by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) between January 1985 and September 2016. more

Toyota Corolla

Toyota Corolla, Company's Biggest Hit, Celebrates 50 Years On The Road

Japanese car giant Toyota celebrated the golden anniversary of its biggest hit, the Toyota Corolla, launched as an everyman vehicle on Nov. 5, 1966. Five decades and 11 generations later, the Corolla has achieved worldwide status as one of the most icnoic, easily recognizable cars with 44.3 million in sales to its name. more

Illegal Device in Audi Vehicles

Audi Illegal Software Discovered In Auto Transmission Audis

In a calculated scheme that tricked testers into thinking its cars emitted less pollutants than it actually did, Audi had placed illegal software in several of its vehicles, German newspaper "Bild am Sonntag" reported on Sunday. A Reuters report on the issue said the California Air Resources Board (CARB) found the device in an automatic transmission Audi last summer. more

Zipcar's DriveTheVote Campaign

Free Zip Car: Carsharing Company To Offer 7,000 Free Rides On Election Day

Last-minute voters on Election Day have no reason to fret about making it to their polling places on time, as Zipcar is offering its members free transportation from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Nov. 8. 7,000 Zipcars will be dispatched across the country for the initiative, part of the carsharing company's DriveTheVote campaign. more

Cadillac CT6 Sedan

Surprise Launch For Cadillac CT6 In Australia?

After General Motors Co. (GM) plummetted to bankruptcy amid the 2009 financial crisis, its hope to launch the world-famous Cadillac in Australia were swept away with it. But after CarsGuide posted photos of Cadillac CT6 sedans at Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne on Wednesday, Aussie consumers have reason to believe a surprise launch may be brewing. more

Audi A5 Cabriolet

Audi Unveils An Early Look At Its 2018 A5 Cabriolet

Completing Audi's second-generation A5 family, the German automaker revealed photographs of the 2018 A5 Cabriolet ahead of its first scheduled appearance at the 2016 Los Angeles auto show on Nov. 14. At the show, spectators will be treated to the soft-top four-seater Cabriolet in both regular and S5 trim, Car and Driver reported. more

BlackBerry

BlackBerry, Ford Team Up In Race To Produce Driverless Cars

Ford may be gaining an edge in the race to be the first mass producers of the cars of the future in light of a new partnership forged with BlackBerry. The former mobile giant announced on Monday that it would provide Ford with a crew of engineers who would assist it in integrating already existing BlackBerry software into future models. more

Sedan S90 Exterior

Shanghai Reveal: Volvo Unveils Luxury Sedan S90

Premium Swedish brand Volvo is set to compete in the world market after revealing a China-built luxury version of its Sedan S90 and the new S90 Excellence, a "super luxury" model, ahead of the 2016 Guangzhou Motor Show. more

Artificial Intelligence

Honda Moves AI Efforts To Tokyo, Passes Up Silicon Valley

As traditional automakers like Toyota broaden their artificial intelligence (AI) footprint in Silicon Valley, Honda Motor Co. is breaking from tradition by establishing its AI research home in Tokyo, where the car giant is also based. more

Tucson Night Carribean Blue

Hyundai Gives Tucson SUV A Sleek Makeover With ‘Night’ Edition

Following the lead of companies like GMC, Jeep and Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai stunned at the 2016 SEMA show in Las Vegas when it debuted a black monotone "night" edition of the popular Tucson SUV. more

Tesla

Tesla Battery: CEO Says New Battery Will Be 'Best And Cheapest' In The World

Breaking a long silence on Tesla's upcoming 2170 battery, CEO Elon Musk boasted in a conference call on Tuesday that not only would it be the world's best cell, but the cheapest, too. more

Apple

Apple To Rival Tesla With Rumored iCar?

Buzz surrounding Apple's rumored iCar reignited after the tech giant poached BlackBerry software engineers to work at an Apple center in Kanata, Canada. The center is home to Apple's current efforts to develop a self-driving car operating system (OS), popularly known as Project Titan. more

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